GreenAir - Breathe Essential Oil Diffuser
GreenAir Breathe Essential Oil Diffuser is the ultimate essential oil diffuser to harness the power of therapeutic grade essential oils. Its ultrasonic power will vaporize your favorite oil singles and blends sending the healthy aromas to every area of the room.
- Up to 16 hours of run time (intermittent)
- Covers up to 1000 sq. ft.
- 3 levels dimming white LED light
- Cool Mist Technology
- Professional Quality
- Size: 26 x 13 x 10 in
- Capacity: 250 mL
- Coverage: 1000 sq ft
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I choose the best diffuser for me?
GreenAir offers three types of diffusers: ultrasonic, fan, and heat. Ultrasonic water diffusers are great to use in the home because they mist over a large area. Fan and heat diffusers do not use water but are more convenient for travel and smaller spaces like a car or workspace.
How do I clean my diffuser?
Wipe down your GreenAir diffuser using a damp cloth after every other use. Clean the ultrasonic plate at the bottom of the reservoir with a cotton swab soaked in rubbing alcohol to reduce the chance of essential oil residue buildup.
How long should my diffuser last?
With proper cleaning and maintenance, a GreenAir diffuser will last about 5,000 hours. To put this in perspective, if you run your diffuser for eight hours each day, your diffuser will mist at full capacity for 22 months. Beyond that time, the ultrasonic disc at the bottom of the reservoir may decline causing it to gradually produce less mist.
What kind of water should I use with my diffuser?
They do not recommend using distilled water. Water that includes natural minerals diffuses better than distilled water. Wipe out your diffuser with a damp cloth after every other use to prevent the minerals and essential oil residue from building up.
Will the diffuser automatically shut off?
All GreenAir ultrasonic (water) units turn off when the diffuser is out of water. Fan and heat diffusers run continuously.
Why doesn’t my diffuser mist as soon as I turn it on?
Typically, cold water does not diffuse well. For maximum mist, wait a minute or two while the diffuser runs and the the water will become lukewarm—the perfect temperature for producing ultrasonic mist.
Why does it say, “As always, BPA free” on GreenAir diffuser packaging?
They take great care to make sure no GreenAir diffuser contains a plastic chemical called bisphenol (BPA). Some essential oil products do contain this compound which can potentially damage the hormone system.
GreenAir is a company focused on wellness. They are experts in aroma diffuser technology. They recognize the natural benefits that essential oils provide, and one of the best ways to enjoy their remedial qualities is with a diffuser. GreenAir diffusers fill the air and your senses with the beneficial aromas of essential oils through a variety of technologies: ultrasonic, atomizing, and fan diffusion.
They specialize in designing and supplying beautiful diffusers with convenient features to meet all of your business needs. Consumer demand and market expansion has helped the essential oil market thrive in recent years. Widespread interest in essential oil remedies and aromatherapy exploded on the scene about a decade ago. And it’s not slowing down. More than ever, people want to fill their lives with natural products and solutions rather than synthetic alternatives.
Established in 2005, they were one of the first companies to sense the alluring aromatic opportunity of essential oils. They have built upon their invaluable experience in the essential oils industry to create a full diffuser development process, from strategy to fulfillment. They have particular prowess in multilevel marketing channels, both retail and online. They know what your customers are looking for in a diffuser and they understand the business decisions you have to make. They have a comprehensive portfolio of diffusers for every situation. Their mission is to make the aromatic benefits of essential oils accessible to your customers no matter where they are, what they’re doing, or where they’re going.